Ugly Monday Night Game
One of the problems of creating the Monday Night Football schedule in advance for the entire season is that sometimes you end up with games that aren’t all that appealing. Tonight is a prime example, as the Baltimore Ravens visit the Cleveland Browns.
I’m not sure if the league thought there would be some appeal in the current Browns taking on the old Browns, but this game isn’t one that will draw plenty of viewers. The Ravens are double-digit favorites despite being on the road.
In the NHL, New Jersey will attempt to match the best start ever on the road, as the Devils look to go 10-0 away from home, but will have to get past a tough Flyers squad to do so.
Today’s play is up at Free Sports Betting Picks located in the Sports Gambling 101 section of the site.
Photo: Joe Flacco and the Baltimore Ravens are big favorites tonight. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)
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